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Updated tutorial! – BONUS! Make a Backup Image! – Adafruit’s Raspberry Pi Lesson 1

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Updated tutorial! – BONUS! Make a Backup Image! – Adafruit’s Raspberry Pi Lesson 1.

It took a while to get your SD card set up, didn’t it? Bet you don’t want to have to do that again, do you?

Well,

Back it up!
Forum user, Mac user, and Adafruit Customer phil.drummond took it upon himself to find the best way to back up his system image.

And he found a fast and easy way – a script which quickly creates a clone of your running Raspberry Pi system, ON THE PI ITSELF!


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1 Comment

  1. If you are on Windows, chances are you used Win32diskImager to burn that SD card in the first place.

    Good news, it can make a 100% faith copy of that SD card that you can burn to new SD cards over and over and over….

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